Ayala’s Abreeza Mall holds Barangay Kids Day


DAVAO CITY — Ayala’s Abreeza Mall always has a soft spot for children. In keeping with its annual tradition, the mall held its “Barangay Kids Day” by inviting children from Barangay 20-B of Davao City’s Poblacion District to a year-ender bash made just for them.

Abreeza treated 200 children from the barangay who gathered at the mall’s activity center for an afternoon of games, gifts and other goodies. Toddlers and big kids alike joined exciting contests and gimmicks that let them walk away with cool prizes.

A Ben 10 mascot also joined to entertain the kids and lead the dancing. A magic show presented a series of tricks that tickled the children’s fancy.

Barangay Kids Day was culminated with the participants feasting on scrumptious meals. To sweeten the experience, Abreeza sent the kids off with Christmas gifts.

“Its our annual Christmas treat for the kids in our barangay. We want them to have fun celebrating togetherness in the spirit of Christmas. It is our yearly project with the barangay,” Ruby Ochoa, Abreeza Mall marketing manager, told the Daily Tribune.

Opened in May 2011, Abreeza is the first Ayala Mall in Mindanao, with over 300 stores which include a wide array of retail choices with popular local and foreign fashion concepts and brands, as well as carefully handpicked dining options and homegrown favorites.

The mall also showcases modern architecture blended with open spaces and verdant landscaping. Inspired by the rich culture of Davao, it provides Davaoenos with a truly unique and rewarding experience in shopping, dining and entertainment.

Ayala Land is the Philippines’ leading developer of sustainable estates, offering a diverse mix of properties such as residential, retail, office, hotels and leisure developments that support local economic growth and nation-building.

The company was established in 1988 as the real estate arm of Ayala Corporation, a pioneer conglomerate and builder of the country’s premier financial and commercial district, now known as Makati Central Business District and Ayala Center.

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